23.06.2012

# Media

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Before it's news: Pat Mooney Worried About Geoengineering and "Financialization of Nature"

Short interview with Pat Mooney, who is refering on CE researching countries as former colonial powers.

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21.06.2012

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Handelsblatt: Controversial secret weapons against climate collapse (German language)

German economic newspaper on Rio summit and the technical solution of CE.

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21.06.2012

# Political Papers

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Deutscher Bundestag (German parliament): Written inquiry "Geoengineering/Climate-Engineering"

Steinmeier, Frank-Walter (13.06.2012): Geoengineering/Climate-Engineering. Aktenzeichen: 17/9943. Kleine Anfrage.

Written inquiry from the German social democratic party to the government with 56 questions.

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20.06.2012

# New Publications

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Long, Jane C. S.; Hamburg, Steve; Shepherd, John (2012): Climate: More ways to govern geoengineering

Long, Jane C. S.; Hamburg, Steve; Shepherd, John (2012): Climate: More ways to govern geoengineering. In: Nature 486 (7403), p. 323.

Short correspondence about the regulation of CE with respect to the SPICE experiment.

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19.06.2012

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RadioNational: Changing the Climate to Battle Climate Change

Australian radio show on CE.

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19.06.2012

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Decoded Science: The Rain in Spain: The Many Uncertainties of Tinkering With the Climate

Article on the rain problem in reference to theo modeling study of Schmidt et al.

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19.06.2012

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The Conversation: Geoengineering trial cancelled: more regulation needed

Short article with condensed information on the cancellation of SPICE.

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18.06.2012

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NewScientist: Space mirrors will dry out US and Eurasia

Short media response to the moddeling study of Hauke Schmidt et al.

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18.06.2012

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InformationNigeria.org: Some CDR Geoengineering technologies will delight Africa

"Unhappy Africa –- for no climate change deal yet — will find this interesting when deployed on ground as a means to reduce CO2 in the atmosphere. Introducing this to Africa –- usually upbeat about striking new technologies –- will see majority embrace geoengineering moderately."

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17.06.2012

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The Economist: The vanishing north

On the benefits and risks of the melting Arctic and the considderation of doing CE.

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